Kill Ref “Outskirts”
Hard rolling techno.
Late last month, Italian artist Kill Ref released his debut album, Outskirts Late Broadcast, via his own KR/LF (a.k.a. Kill Ref Low Frequencies) imprint.
Launched in 2016, KR/LF has been home to a string of releases from artists such as Oliver Rosemann, Endlec, Binny, Developer, Charlton, Coefficient, and Gotshell. Its latest, Outskirts Late Broadcast, combines nine previously unreleased tracks from the label head’s archive, produced between 2012-2017. Combining intricate sound design and raw analog grooves, the album’s tracks have already picked up strong support from some of the techno scene’s heavyweights, artists such as Marcel Dettmann, Dax J, Norman Nodge, DVS1, and Kangding Ray, among others. With a mix of deep hypnotic outings and more heads-down warehouse cuts, Outskirts Late Broadcast is a testament to Kill Ref’s knowledge of the dancefloor and the inner workings of techno and its many shapes.
In support of the album, Kill Ref has offered up bonus cut “Outskirts,” a relentlessly driving techno steamroller fit for a cavernous club, as today’s XLR8R download. You can pick up the bonus track below, with the album available here.
Due to temporary issues regarding the GDPR, EU readers can download the track here.